Saturday, August 24, 2019
Birmingham City continue to stay unbeaten as Rowett's men this weekend came away with a well deserved 2-2 result at Burnley.
REPORT: Blues continue to stay unbeaten after a 1-1 thriller at home to Derby County.
Gary Rowett's side continued their preparations for the new Championship season with a comfortable 2-0 win over Shrewsbury Town at New Meadow last night but were held by Northampton.
And with the final whistle went the chance of a second year of glory. Resignation filled the dark St.Andrews night as the U21's lost in the Birmingham Senior Cup final against a Solihull Moors outfit overjoyed to complete the double. There were not many fans on show but with appearances from Panos Pavlakis and former head of media Andy Walker, there...

Keeping it clean

Back on the road again.... 72 hours have passed since fun in Fulham and this time 1186 blue noses were headed to Reading... A late change to the starting lineup from both sides was as exciting as it got first 10 minutes. Jutkiewicz making his first start since joining on loan from Burnley almost putting the away side ahead from Cotterill's...
A strong performance from Blues earned them a vital point and boosted them closer to keeping their Championship status for another season. Although there were not many chances in the first 10 minutes, The Blades started with a purpose to slowly break down the Blues back line; not allowing Blues to get a foot...
And the first night game at St. Andrews is here... A cup tie against League One side Oxford United waits. The wind blowing, paper bags whistling round the stadium. Just a normal August evening then! A chance for us blues fans to see new fans favourite Jack Storer from the off and young gun Cogley making his debut at right back.
The first Midlands Derby and a time to see what we're made of. New signing Che Adams getting the nod to start his first BCFC game on his home debut. And it took the former Sheffield United striker 18 minutes to make his mark. After a pretty even first 15 minutes the game broke to life... The Wolves defence couldn't...
It was a disappointing night at St Andrews for all Blues fans where the unbeaten run came to an end, losing 1-0 against Forest. But what went wrong?
Birmingham’s match against Forest Green Rovers had the vibe of a pre season match from the start, yet the Blues managed to obtain the much expected victory at the New Lawn’s mere 5,032 capacity. Gary Rowett’s trip to the Cotswolds was a worthwhile one, where he will have learnt a lot about his squad for the upcoming campaign. He...